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Learning sessions

Workshops for primary schools are currently delivered in the Treasure House by the Treasure House Education Officer. A similar programme will be developed for delivery at Sewerby Hall over the next few months and there are also plans to be able to deliver workshops at alternative sites. Watch this space for more information.

There are currently three curriculum-linked workshops available for primary schools, run by the Treasure House Education Officer. The topics are:

  • Exploring the Treasure House - focuses on local history and includes a tour of the repositories and also the conservation workshop when possible.

  • World War Two in the East Riding - looks at what life was like in this area during the war.

  • Life for the Victorians - provides a range of activities using museum collections, photographic and archive materials.


Workshops can take place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and can be requested by contacting us to discuss possible dates.

For more information on the workshops download the following documents.

Exploring the Treasure House (pdf 34kb opens in new window)

World War II in the East Riding (pdf 39kb opens in new window)

The programme of workshops is being developed all the time, so more workshops will become available over time.

Workshops are booked through the Treasure House Education Officer using the details on the contact us page. It is essential to contact the Education Officer to discuss available dates before making a firm booking.